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Other Thoughts: This is an inexpensive, basic mouse that's full size, I don't much care for those small/mini types. I bought this unit to replace the exact same make and model. The old mouse lasted almost 4 yrs before getting tired. I thought that was pretty good considering it was used 6+ days a week for multi hours per day. It took 5 days from ordering to receiving so that was nice.
Reviewed By:Robert I.,2/17/2017 7:36:54 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 day to 1 week.
Pros: The plastic bearings the trackball spins on are flimsy and weak. Once one of the 3 red plastic bearings falls out it will grind the bearing support to nothing and it is totally unfixable. Kensington will offer you 25% off if it is out of warranty but do you really want to pay another 75 dollars when you know it will be dead in 3 years ? Even as it fails it will seem to move ok but it will begin sticking. It is really a poor design.
Cons: Built to fail, cheap plastic parts for a metal bearing price.
Other Thoughts: Good mouse for the short time you own it.
Reviewed By:David B.,2/16/2017 10:11:27 PM
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Pros: Great feel and resistance to the buttons, no accidental clicks. The scroll wheel has a much nicer feel than I expected, too. Tracks just fine, but I use a mouse pad. Surprisingly solid build for a $10 mouse.
No software to install. I didn't have to create yet another account complete with username and password to remember just to use my stupid mouse (I'm looking at you, Razer).
Cons: Tiny! It feels much smaller than it looks. The back end flares out to the size of a normal desktop mouse, but no part of my completely normal-sized hand touches that. The functional part where I actually hold it is literally smaller than my travel mouse. I'm not kidding-- compared to my Microsoft Mobile 3500, it's 7mm lower at the nose, and 8mm narrower where my outer fingers curl in. Feels like a golf pencil compared to the Razer Deathadder it's replacing. The basic Dell office mouse I have at work is miles more comfortable than this thing.
The cord is about a foot shorter than I'd like, and it's fairly stiff and seems to be permanently kinked from shipping. It hasn't caused me much trouble so far, but It could snag with a different desk setup.
The 4/5 buttons are very smooth and close together, so I can't immediately tell which one my thumb is on. They have a kind of spongy click, not nearly as nice as the other buttons.
Other Thoughts: At least on my PC, it only works with a USB 2 port. If all you have is USB 3, it might be a $10 paperweight. It's too soon for me to address reliability, but if I get 18 months out of it I won't feel too bad at this price-- and I can replace it with something bigger.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,2/13/2017 8:00:46 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.